Ain't that the truth...... There's been entirely too many strange looking people in the spotlight recently.
Someone on another thread saying that we're basically crazy thinking all of these people have been replaced....well I say, take off the rose colored glasses and examine the features on these people's faces/ and headshapes....You can get plastic surgery to change some features, but you can't make a narrow face wider, or a wide face narrow, or the shape of the head...It's there to examine...
For more programming and/or some eventual replacement?
"Report: Prince William to go to the Falklands
LONDON (AP) — Sky News is reporting that Britain's Prince William will be deployed to the Falkland Islands next year.
The news channel cited unidentified sources in reporting that the second in line to the British throne would spend six weeks at the British outpost 290 miles (460 kilometers) east of the coast of Argentina in the Atlantic Ocean.
The Ministry of Defense says an announcement will take place later Thursday. William's office declined to comment.
Argentina claims sovereignty over the British-governed islands. Next year marks the 30th anniversary of the Argentine invasion of the islands. British forces retook the islands in 1982 after a brief war."
Last Edit: Nov 10, 2011 14:38:57 GMT -5 by artemis
"New Report Claims Britain’s Kate Middleton Is Pregnant
Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, are apparently preparing for a royal heir.
According to In Touch magazine, Middleton – who captivated people around the world when she married Prince William in April – is six weeks pregnant.
Citing a “palace insider” who allegedly has been right on other royal secrets revealed, the magazine said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are readying three nurseries for their child.
As for a name, the insider told In Touch that the couple want something “traditional.”
“Edward, Philip and Michael are likely choices for a boy, or Alice or Rose for a girl,” the magazine quoted the source as saying.
The prince reportedly wants a baby girl, In Touch claims.
The royal palace, however, is denying the claims.
“We would be the ones to make the announcement, not Hollywood,” the couple’s spokesman told ABC News. “This is all complete speculation.”
Of course, this is not the first rumor of a royal pregnancy. On a visit to a United Nations aid depot in Copenhagen earlier this month, Middleton, 29, politely declined to try peanut paste, sparking speculation that she was pregnant.
Doctors and government experts have long urged pregnant women to stay away from peanuts and their by-products in order to avoid allergies.
And the pair’s recent decision to trade their modest two-bedroom London apartment for more opulent accommodations has further fanned the rumor mill.
“If she is pregnant then she has to wait until that crucial 12-week scan,” said ABC News’ royal correspondent Kate Nicholl.
Just last month, the British parliament changed the country’s succession rules – in place for more than 300 years — to allow females to more readily become the head of the monarchy. Any potential female child of the couple could then be queen. Prior to the rule change, females could ascend to the throne only if they had no male siblings.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was said to have initiated the change in the rules so that the first child of Prince William and Middleton could benefit.
“It used to be the case that the notice was posted on the gates of Buckingham Palace,” Nicholl told ABC. “I doubt we’ll see that this time. It’s probably going to be out on Twitter.”
"Report: Kate Middleton & Prince William are Expecting!
It's not the first time someone claimed that Kate Middleton is pregnant, but this time a close friend is assuring the world that it's true!
According to reports, a school pal of the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that the royal couple will officially announce the baby news early next month.
Jessica Hay told Life & Style, "I have this on the highest authority, and it's not to be taken lightly. It's going to be wonderful, happy news when it's announced."
She revealed the royal family is thrilled about the news, adding, "They have been talking about William and Catherine having children for quite some time."
"William will definitely be a hands-on dad and not rely heavily on nannies to raise his and Catherine's children. They both try to be as normal as possible in their private lives, and that of course is going to continue when they have children."